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ELIJAH ARMOLD, 505/5403/@ydsportsCross Country at Northeastern

Coming into Tuesday’s girls’ cross country showdown vs. Eastern York, the York Suburban Trojans had an important question to answer.

According to coach Dan VanHouwe, that inquiry was: “What do we have?”

The Trojans quickly found out, when top runner Courtney Ohl was forced off the course because of illness.

Suburban responded with a team effort that utilized its depth, resulting in a crucial victory, a 27-32 decision over Eastern York at a meet at Northeastern High School.

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The York Catholic girls and Northeastern boys were the team winners on Tuesday in a cross country quad meet at Spring Grove.

In the girls’ meet, Katelyn MacDougall led the Irish to victories over Northeastern (23-38), Spring Grove (21-38) and Bermudian (15-48) by taking first in 21 minutes, 23 seconds. Teammate Kayleigh Pokrivka took fifth. Northeastern came in second. Rose Rush led the Bobcats with a second-place finish, while teammate Micaela Bradley came in third. Spring Grove came in third and Bermudian was fourth. Morgan Lint led the Rockets with a fourth-place finish.

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York Suburban’s Olivia Gettle has been part of the Trojans’ standout cross country team for four seasons.

York Suburban’s Olivia Gettle has been part of the Trojans’ standout cross country team for four seasons. (YORK DISPATCH FILE PHOTO)

A pack of runners took off from Fayfield Park Wednesday on a dreary afternoon.

The guys and the girls from the York Suburban cross country teams were beginning a 45-minute run, which would end back at the park in East York.

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Kennard-Dale’s Maddie Ferner, left, leads Eastern York’s Maddie McLain just past the two-mile mark of the York-Adams League Girls’ Cross

Kennard-Dale’s Maddie Ferner, left, leads Eastern York’s Maddie McLain just past the two-mile mark of the York-Adams League Girls’ Cross Country All-League Run at Gettysburg High School on Tuesday. Ferner won the meet with a time of 19 minutes, 7.01 seconds. (JOHN A. PAVONCELLO — jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com)

 

GETTYSBURG — The two Maddies ran shoulder to shoulder for the first two miles of the York-Adams League Girls’ Cross Country All-League Run on Tuesday.

Maddie Ferner, a senior from Kennard-Dale, and Maddie McLain, a sophomore from Eastern York, raced stride for stride until Ferner gained some separation in the final mile.

Ferner, a senior, maintained the lead and won the race in a time of 19 minutes, 7.01 seconds, while McLain, a sophomore, finished second in 19:15.43.

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EMIGSVILLE — Lydia Fimmano moved away from the pack and helped deliver a championship for the Dallastown girls’ cross country team on Tuesday.

Fimmano and a teammate, Isabella Wise, finished one-two, helping the Wildcats defeat three opponents and earn a share (with Red Lion) of the York-Adams Division I title.

The Red Lion boys’ team, meanwhile, captured the Division I crown outright with three victories.

The Dallastown girls scored victories over Central York (27-30), Red Lion (23-34) and Spring Grove (15-50).

The Red Lion boys, meanwhile, edged Dallastown (28-29) and also defeated Central (23-33) and Spring Grove (20-37).

Dallastown’s Lydia Fimmano finished first in the York-Adams League girls’ cross country meet at Rudy Park on Tuesday in 20:56.
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GIRLS’ CROSS COUNTY

Ferner breaks course record: At Littlestown, Kennard-Dale’s Maddie Ferner broke the course record with a time of 19 minutes, 48 seconds, breaking the old course mark of 20:34 set by Eastern York’s Maddie McLain last season. Dallastown took first in the team standings by defeating Littlestown, K-D, Northeastern and Fairfield. The Rams took second, followed by the Bobcats, Thunderbolts and Green Knights.

West York’s Weaver finishes first:

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Maddie Ferner set a new Kennard-Dale course record on Tuesday afternoon in Fawn Grove.

The Rams’ standout finished in a time of 19 minutes, 52 seconds on her home course. She shattered the old course record of 20:28 set by Kady Schrann in 2009.

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BOYS’ CROSS COUNTRY

Maldonado leads Rockets: At York Township, Jordan Maldonado’s first-place finish in 17 minutes, 11 seconds led Spring Grove to victories over York Tech, Kennard-Dale and Eastern. The Golden Knights came in second and the Rams took third, followed by Tech.

Dallastown captures three victories:

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York Suburban coach Dan Vanhouwe congratulates Cecilia Lantz, left, Zette Pflaum, and Brooke Ruth after the girls’ team won a cross country meet at

York Suburban coach Dan Vanhouwe congratulates Cecilia Lantz, left, Zette Pflaum, and Brooke Ruth after the girls’ team won a cross country meet at Codorus State Park on Tuesday. (JOHN A. PAVONCELLO — jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com)

CODORUS – The Eastern York girls’ cross country team may have the most talented top three runners of any squad in the York-Adams League.

With Maddie McLain leading the way, the Knights are a threat to take down any opponent.

Well, any foe that isn’t York Suburban.

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BOYS’ CROSS COUNTRY

Wagner leads Trojans to victory: At Dover, Peter Wagner’s first-place finish in a time of 18:17.0 helped lead York Suburban to victories over Dover, Littlestown and York Tech. Also for Suburban, Donovan Mears came in second, Jarrett Raudensky took third and while Bryce Ohl came in fourth.

Miller paces Lions to triumph: At Fawn Grove, Alex Miller took first place overall in 18:17 to lead Red Lion to victories over Kennard-Dale, Delone Catholic and New Oxford. Also for Red Lion, Micah Bodisch took third, while Joel Gatchell came in fifth.

Wildcats capture four wins: At York College, Dallastown picked up victories over West York, Eastern York, Biglerville and South Western. Patrick Jacobson led the Wildcats with a second-place finish, while teammate Bryce Gable took third. West York’s Connor Schroll won the race in 18:36.

Rockets take first: At Spring Grove, the Rockets captured victories over York Catholic, Bermudian Springs and Northeastern to take first place in the team competition. Jordan Maldonado led the Rockets by taking second individually. Teammate Justin Culp took fourth. Bermudian’s Chad Long won the race in 18:36.

GIRLS’ CROSS COUNTRY

Suburban’s Gettle runs away from the field: At Dover, Olivia Gettle took first in 21:25 to lead York Suburban to victories over Dover, Littlestown and York Tech. Also for Suburban, Zezette Pflaum took second, while Brooke Ruth took fifth place.

Lions use a team effort to excel: At Fawn Grove, Red Lion captured individual places from fourth through seventh to help secure victories over Kennard-Dale, New Oxford and Delone Catholic. Tristan Schluderberg came in fourth, Bryn Trout took fifth, Kate Gatchell came in sixth and Sharlie Taylor took seventh. K-D’s Madison Ferner was first individually in 21:32. K-D teammate Caitlin Salomon took second.

Three-way team tie for first at York College, McLain breaks record: At York College, Eastern, West York and South Western each went (3-1) in the team competition and ended up in a three-way tie. Maddie McLain led the Golden Knights individually by breaking a course record with a time of 20:14.5. Eastern’s Olivia McLain came in third, while Maddison Nalls took fifth. Bethany Weaver led the Bulldogs with a second-place finish.

Smeltzer leads Bobcats to victories: At Spring Grove, Kyleigh Smeltzer led the Northeastern Bobcats to victories over Spring Grove, Bermudian Springs and York Catholic by taking first place in 24:31. Teammates Michaela Bradley took second, while Rose Rush took third.